Albert Evgenievich Razbaum was a famous Soviet flute player who played a large role in the development of the national flute school. Having started his performing career in Leningrad after graduating from the conservatory in the class of I.F. Janus, he received the position of soloist of the Latvian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, as well as a soloist of the Radio Latvia Symphony Orchestra and soloist of the Dome Cathedral. At the same time, Razbaum taught the flute class at the Latvian Conservatory. In 1963 he became the laureate of the 1st prize of the All-Union Musical Performance Competition in Leningrad, and in 1968 he moved to Moscow to the place of soloist of the Moscow Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Rudolf Barshai. He worked in the MCO for more than forty years and in 1988 received the title of Honored Artist. Throughout his career, Albert Evgenievich Razbaum have a saturated concert activity, performed as a soloist and in an ensemble with leading musicians of the 20th century.